Bulletin Volcanologique

, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp 421–428 | Cite as

Surface cauldron subsidence with associated faulting and fissure basalt eruptions at gariboldi pass, Shoa, Ethiopia

  • P. A. Mohr
IIème Partie Contributions Envoyées Directement Au Bulletin Volcanologique


Recent Quaternary faulting and vulcanicity accompanied by peculiar subsidence phenomena in the northern part of the Main Ethiopian Rift are described for the first time. A suggested sequence of geological events is given.


Subsidence Area Fault Movement Ethiopian Rift Lava Field Ring Fault 
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